GERMANTOWN, WI ‚â€“ WAGO‚â€™s new SPEEDWAY 767 I/O System combines the power of a PLC, modularity of distributed I/O and IP67-grade protection. The resulting I/O system eliminates control cabinets, creating a new class of control.
Feature-rich Modules Deliver Signal Performance:
SPEEDWAY breaks the traditional communication bottleneck between fieldbus system and actuators/sensors via WAGO-DSC (Digital Speed Control). This feature can automatically determine maximum data rate at startup and optimally set data transmission. Other performance highlights:
‚â€¢ time-synchronous signal acquisition and transmission
‚â€¢ extended operating range of -25‚Â°C to +60‚Â°C
‚â€¢ jitter/skew of < 1 ‚Âµs for the highest levels of control
‚â€¢ extremely low latency (32 digital signals and 8 analog signals < 130 ‚Âµs over 500 m)
SPEEDWAY eliminates costly point-to-point wiring, using robust, plug-and-play molded cables for power, signals and network connectivity. The highly modular SPEEDWAY accommodates up to 64 I/O modules/station, 8 channels/module, 512 channels/station and 50 m between two modules. It is fieldbus-independent, programmable via CoDeSys 3.0 and configurable via FDT/DTM.
SPEEDWAY Engineered for High Levels of Convenience and Safety:
For easy integration and installation, the WAGO-SPEEDWAY 767 System modules can be simply clipped together. Adapter plates are also available ‚â€” modules may be directly screwed to a machine or mounted directly to DIN-rail.
For signal integrity and protection, every model is constructed out of an inner-metallized enclosure and integrated shield plate. No EMC disturbances will penetrate the system.
Safety is provided through extensive engineering ‚â€” SPEEDWAY modules can withstand typical environmental stressors such as water, vibrations and shocks.
Filed Under: I/O modules, Networks • connectivity • fieldbuses, PLCs + PACs